refinishing a lange mo. 6302 with a porcelain enamel.

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Mar 11, 2016
I'll start by saying I'm new to this site, and to posting on any forum altogether for that matter so bear with me.
It might be a little silly But this stove has a lot of sentimental value to me and didn't get messed up until it was in my possession and I would like to bring it back to its former glory. The stove is a lange 6302, I've done some research on it and have been reading a lot of forums, it seems like it is a good stove and I have found most of the replacement parts I need, but one thing I haven't really seen much on is repairing or refinishing the enamel completely. Would it be the same process to do a cast iron bathtub? Due to the high temperature I figure it's a different process but I honestly don't know. I've been told to have it sandblasted and painted but I would really love to have the porcelain redone, I'm pretty sure it's bad enough that touching it up isn't worth it.
Sand blasting and re-enameling the stove can be done, but it will be expensive. I believe @Parallax had his stove enameled and may be able to provide a link to the company that did it along with some pricing.
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